Found November 21, 2012 on Fox Sports:
With his team leading Georgetown by two with 19 seconds left in the second half of Tuesday night's Legends Classic championship game, Indiana coach Tom Crean paced rapidly in front of the Hoosiers bench, flailing his arms like he was fighting off a mugger as he urged the Barclays Center crowd to stand up and cheer on his defense. Crean's animated display didn't have the desired effect in the short term, as Hoyas star Otto Porter hit a running layup to send the game to overtime a few seconds later. But after the Hoosiers put on a clinic in the extra period en route to an 82-72 win, Crean made it clear that his team's toughest game to date was as fun as it looked. "This would have been one of those games where it would have been a lot of fun to be up there cheering like crazy or watching from home, and the only thing I could imagine would be more fun than that would be coaching in it," Crean said. "The only thing I could imagine would be even better th...
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